"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny." - Thomas Jefferson
Term limits: • reduce corruption • stop Congress members from focusing on elections and start focusing on real reform • restore faith in the institution
• get more citizens and candidates involved in the process • bring fresh ideas that will help ease the dysfunction in D.C.
Politicians are public servants; employees of "The People", not celebrities, royalty or nobility. When they are treated as being anything other than public servants, their egos become inflated, their focus turns inward (selfishness) and their effectiveness to their constituents diminishes. This is why Term Limits is so important; to reduce the potential for corruption and to get politicians back into the workforce because, as a politician, they aren't actually creating any value or wealth to the community. What they really need is to get back to a real job. So, help them Out [of office]; Vote Them Out.
2 - Always Vote with the understanding that, as a U.S. citizen, voting is sharing in the ruling of your country and a serious responsibility and duty to yourself, your family, friends, neighbors, and your country.
3 - Clean House. Always vote against incumbents (those who are seeking re-election to the same office). Push for Term Limits for all political offices.
4 - Keep politicians under constant scrutiny and communicate your interests and positions to your legislators. Never assume they know what's best for you; they don't.
5 - Encourage your family and friends to do the same.
Presidents are limited to a maximum of 2 terms (8 years). Congress members can stay in office until they die (no Term Limits). VOTE THEM OUT!
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